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Be and Have verbs

Verb to Be: Is used to say something about a person, thing, or state, to show a permanent or
temporary quality, state, job, etc:

I am 23 You were sleeping.

Are you Russian? Was I wrong?

She is intelligent. They are looking for you.

Verb to Have :In the above sentence has shows posession: Sophia has brown eyes.
I have a big dog. He has four brothers.

You have a nice smile. She has a good job.

We have some good ideas. I can't use this pot, it has no handles.

They have no time.